Agia Jerusalem Beach

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Agia Jerusalem Beach

About 25 minutes by car from Fiscardo. Drive to Manganos and turn right at the crossroads. Follow the sign for Chalikeri. Wend your way downwards for about 10 minutes. You will come to a T junction. On your left, there will be a couple of green wheelie bins. If you carry straight on, you will go to Alaties beach, so take the left past the bins. Stay on the main tarmac road and follow it! It ends at Agia Jerusalem.

One of the local ‘secrets’ Agia Jerusalem is one of the few beaches that is still relatively peaceful in August.  There is a small and excellent Tavern providing good food in an idyllic setting, reminiscent of the unspoilt Greece of times past.

In the grounds of the restaurant there is space for several camper vans and a freshwater shower.
Agia Jerasulem also serves as an overflow harbour and several of the Fiscardo fishing boats prefer to move here during the summer.

Due to the prevailing winds there is quite often some tar to be found on this beach. However, in high season it is a welcome getaway from the crowds to be found on the better known beaches closer to Fiscardo.

The beach was named after the small ruined chapel standing on the side of the beach. The crystal clear waters are the home to many seahorses. The sunsets on this beach are spectacular.

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